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A Pastor’s Reflections: Shyness
VFT

I can remember very distinctly how as a teenager I was mortified to meet new people. I was, and still am to a certain extent, a shy person. Give me a choice – stand before one thousand people to speak for an hour or lock me in a room with two people I’ve never met before, and I’ll choose the former.

 
 
 
Latest Office Hours! Dr. Horton talks about his latest book
VFT

In the latest installment to Office Hours, Dr. Horton talks about his latest book, Ordinary, which is about the idea that we don't need the radical and crazy to live the Christian life.

 
 
 
Dr. VanDrunen’s Moral Analysis of Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century
VFT

Dr. VanDrunen's moral analysis of Thomas Piketty's summer best-seller, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, has been published in The City, a journal of Houston Baptist University.

 
 
 
A Pastor’s Reflections: Always On
VFT

As the pastor you have a responsibility to meet, greet, and get to know the people in your church. If Christ calls and knows his sheep by name, then ministers ought to reflect Christ in their pastorates.

 
 
 
A Pastor’s Reflections: Scared of the Supper
VFT

In my years as a pastor I regularly administered the Lord’s Supper. As I would fence the table, that is, explain the nature of the Supper as well as who was allowed to take it, I usually read from 1 Corinthians 11:23-34.